LOVE ME DO is an 80,000-word, science fiction banana bats rom-com of a book about ‘just giving peace a freakin’ chance already’!
In the year 2109, time travelers have become hunters, assassinating historical figures to create alternate timelines to study. Emmeline, a socially awkward apprentice, believes she can alter history in a peaceful manner. The time council thinks that’s BO-RING. So Emmeline releases incriminating footage of their violent mindset to an investigative journalist, which causes an inquisition into the current practices of time travel.
Suddenly, the council approves Emmeline for a no-kill mission: to create an alternate reality without The Beatles by romancing John Lennon away from music. However, there’s an added stipulation that she terminate Lennon if he does not propose marriage to her at the end of one hundred days. Emmeline believes their preposterous mission is a ploy, purposely setting her up to fail so that the council can prove assassination is the only way to alter timelines. Realizing her mission is pivotal to the outcome of the inquisition, she agrees with the glimmer of hope that despite her social ineptitude she can woo John and change time travel for good.